Full Disclosure® Expands: “The News Behind The News” in 2016

December 27, 20153 Comments

Guest Speaker:  Global media technology expert Fred Fourcher (CEO Bitcentral)

Watch the Video Report ( 10 minutes)

Full Disclosure Network (FDN) has accomplished much in 2015 as described in this video by Leslie Dutton Host and Executive Producer. Also featured are speakers at our December 13th holiday event Paul Orfanedes, Litigation Director of Judicial Watch and global media technology expert, Fred Fourcher, who is founder and CEO of the Irvine Californa based Bitcentral and who describes FDNs’  2016 plans to expand to a Digital Asset Management System that will house the archives of the Emmy Award winning public affairs Internet TV program .

The FDN project involves preservation of almost 25 years of video interviews, debates and discussions featuring prominent government officials, newsmakers on public policy issues. Paul Orfanedes, described the importance of preserving the FDN programs and showed some examples of public documents his organization obtained under the U S Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) that included the GW Bush Administration’s Iraqi Oil Well Maps to demonstrate the importance of preserving public records.
The FDN Preservation and Digital Asset Management System is to be used for development of documentary and public policy programming to provide historical background to the general public via Internet TV all digital platforms.

3 comments to “Full Disclosure® Expands: “The News Behind The News” in 2016”

  1. Political Prisoner | January 19, 2016 | Permalink Reply

    Hello Mrs. Dutton,

    I want to possibly see what I can do to help with this reformation to what we the people used to stand for….

    I was recently released from L>A> M>C>J> Los Angeles Men’s County Jail facility after being unlawfully held as a Political Prisoner for over five months.

    I have my own story and would like to use my expertise for helping the people….

    However, I must set an appointment to sit and talk to someone at the your office before I am willing to donate my time because, of my unlawful detainment, I have lost many opportunities and funds to the point of almost being bankrupt….

    However, I know all-too-well how much our society needs people to step up, donate their own time and help make the changes necessary for the people.

    Please contact me ASAP to set this appointment

    [email protected]

    661 857 2114


  2. joebanana | February 19, 2016 | Permalink Reply

    Talk about judicial corruption? Here is the epitome of it. Please ask Bill Windsor for an interview, I’m pretty sure he’d like to get his experiences with the corrupt courts in this country out to as many people as he can. His is an extremely troubling experience with the criminal cartel we call “justice”. Thanks FDN.

  3. Jacquelyn NJai | June 24, 2016 | Permalink Reply

    I applaud your efforts Leslie. I can relate to what you are doing. I have been battling corruption from 1994-2016 currently and I have been a victim of court abuse ever since. Please see my page on Academia.edu where I house a lot of data.

    My current case is N’Jai v. US Environmental Protection Agency, et al, also titled N’Jai v. Gary Bentz, Connie bentz, and CA Bentz LLC. 13-1212 in Federal District court for Western District of PA

    Thanks for all you do!

    Best Regards


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